Austin Bankruptcy Attorney | Texas
Michael J. Pledger is a Board Certified Texas Bankruptcy Lawyer in both Consumer Bankruptcy Law and Business Bankruptcy Law. Michael has specialized as a bankruptcy lawyer since 1979, and has handled hundreds of cases for individuals and businesses: His specialized practice includes Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
He has also been a C.P.A. since 1976, and his expertise and experience both as a Tax Lawyer and as a Texas Bankruptcy Attorney have enabled many taxpayers to settle their I.R.S. liabilities for pennies on the dollar through "Offer in Compromise" by dealing with I.R.S. directly, or by filing of a bankruptcy under the Federal Bankruptcy Code.
At the Law Office of Michael J. Pledger your case will NOT be referred to a paralegal or secretary. All cases receive the personal attention and expertise of Mr. Pledger, a Texas Bankruptcy Lawyer with more than 30 years experience.
This website is meant to provide general bankruptcy information under current law, and to assist you in determining whether you may qualify for relief under the Bankruptcy Code, or the Tax Code.
If any of the following apply to you, than you are invited to contact Mike Pledger, Texas Bankruptcy Lawyer and Tax Attorney for a FREE CONSULTATION
State bar of Texas
Free Consultation: 512-441-1027.
Monday–Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and at other times by appointment.
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